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Economy So Yesterday, Urgent Reform Needed Today

Tan Sri Dato' Dr. Lin See Yan, Former Deputy Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia

08-Oct-19 08:05

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Global economies and markets have been gripped by increasing risks and talks of a potential recession, due to the US-China trade tensions and slowing global growth. So we speak to Harvard-trained economist and ex-deputy governor of Bank Negara, Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Lin See Yan, to discuss the health of the Malaysian economy and whether we can withstand these external shocks. We also take a closer look at what structural reforms are needed to move the country to the next level of growth.


Presented by: Wong Shou Ning


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Tags:  Malaysiaeconomystructural reformsglobal marketsrecessionUS-China trade warBudget 2020

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